Tag: Washington Post

IBM, CSRA Vet Aslam Nawabzada Joins Sevatec as CTOExecutive Moves

IBM, CSRA Vet Aslam Nawabzada Joins Sevatec as CTO

Aslam Nawabzada, formerly a partner and senior technology executive at CSRA (NYSE: CSRA), has joined Sevatec as chief technology officer of the Fairfax,
US Ambassador to UN Requests Emergency Security Council Meeting on North KoreaNews

US Ambassador to UN Requests Emergency Security Council Meeting on North Korea

After North Korea tested an intercontinental ballistic missile Monday, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley requested an
World’s Largest Airplane, the Stratolaunch, Rolled OutNews

World’s Largest Airplane, the Stratolaunch, Rolled Out

Stratolaunch, the world’s largest airplane, with a wingspan of 385 feet, a height of 50 feet and total possible weight
FCC Votes to Roll Back Net Neutrality RulesNews

FCC Votes to Roll Back Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to roll back restrictions on internet providers, commonly referred to as “net neutrality” rules.

AT&T to Invest $14B in LTE Network; Randall Stephenson Comments

AT&T will invest $14 billion over three years to expand its LTE network, as it looks to meet demand for

Army to Begin Accepting Proposals for $7.2B IT Contract

The Army Intelligence and Security Command is looking to issue a solicitation for a potential $7.2 billion intelligence services contract,

CMS Opens $18B Competition for Data Center Contract

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is opening an $18 billion competition for a 10-year contract vehicle that would

David Melcher Comments on Completed ITT Spinoffs

  ITT Corp. (NYSE: ITT) has completed its previously announced separation plan, retaining its core industrial offerings and spinning off

Washington Post Claims Va. Gov. McDonnell Going After Lockheed Jobs

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell may be trying to entice Lockheed Martin to relocate its headquarters to Virginia from its current location in Bethesda, Md.,

Government Contracting Braces for Washington Post Expose

According to multiple reports, The Washington Post is expected to print an expansive feature by Dana Priest early next week